Wednesday, February 15, 2017

20 Works on Marx and Marxism


The twenty works which most influence my reading of Marx and Marxism.

I.  Rosa Luxemburg.  The Accumulation of Capital. [and The Anti-Critique].

II.  Rosa Luxemburg. The Junius Pamphlet.

III.  Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno.  The Dialectic of Enlightenment.

IV.  Max Horkheimer.  Critical Theory.

V.  Theodor Adorno.  Minima Moralia: Reflections on a Damaged Life.

VI.  Theodor Adorno.  Negative Dialectics.

VII.  Herbert Marcuse.  One-Dimensional Man.

VIII.  Isaak Illich Rubin.  Essays on Marx's Theory of Value.

IX.  Karl Polanyi.  The Great Transformation.

X.  Alfred Schmidt.  The Concept of Nature in Marx.

XI.  William Leiss.  The Domination of Nature.

XII.  Antonio Negri.  Marx Beyond Marx:  Lessons from the Grundrisse.

XIII.  Louis Althusser. For Marx

XIV.  Michel Foucault.  The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences.

XV.  E. P. Thompson.  The Poverty of Theory.

XVI.  Henri Lefebvre.  Everyday Life in the Modern World

XVII.  Angela Davis.  Women, Race, and Class.

XVIII.  Stanley Aronowitz.  The Crisis in Historical Materialism

XIX.  Stanley Aronowitz.  Science as Power.

XX.  Terrell Carver.  The Postmodern Marx.